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The Twelve-Factor App by Adam Wiggins

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The Twelve-Factor App
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Publisher: 12factor.net
Number of pages: 205

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This document synthesizes all of our experience and observations on a wide variety of software-as-a-service apps in the wild. It is a triangulation on ideal practices for app development, paying particular attention to the dynamics of the organic growth of an app over time, the dynamics of collaboration between developers working on the app's codebase, and avoiding the cost of software erosion.

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